Arts & Culture

New London exhibition aiming to break down stereotypes of the older generations is asking ‘are you ageist?’

If you’ve used the phrases, ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ or’ you look good for your age’, well then you may have been accidentally ageist.

A new exhibition ‘Challenging Ageism: See and Be Seen’ is doing exactly that and is looking to break down stereotypes of the older generations.

It’s only open for a couple more days, it runs to Saturday.

We went down to Pop Building in Tottenham Court Road to check it out.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 21st March 2024

TagArts & Culture, LocationCamden

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